Leader: Today (or tonight) we came in silence as we
rededicate ourselves to Scouting. We light three candles signifying the three
parts of our Promise as together we renew it.
All: On my honor, I will try to serve God and my country, to help people at all
times, and to live by the Girl Scout Law.
Leader: Our opportunity comes to us through value - the right to grow through
our experience in the Promise and Law. This candle becomes a bright as we
realize our golden opportunities. (light candle)
Adult: On my honor I will TRY. I cannot succeed if I do not try. So I will try,
I may not always succeed but I will grow with every new experience as I put into
practice the Promise and Law.
Leader: Our goal is to help girls be good citizens today and active citizens
tomorrow. (light candle)
Adult: I am proud of God and my country. And on my honor I will try to serve
God, my country, and help people at all times to the best of my ability.
Leader: The Scout loves her country and has knowledge of it's relationship to
the world. (light candle)
Adult: All women are sisters. We learn that there are many likenesses in all
people, but where there are differences we gain exciting opportunities of
Leader: The pathway of Girl Scouting grows broader and other people become
involved. (light candle)
Adult: Others need me. It is good to know that I have skills and knowledge which
can make someone else happier.
Leader: Opportunities to develop into a more capable person are given to the
Girl Scout as she assumes her role in the troop and in her patrol. (light
Adult: I am a link in the golden chain of Girl Scouting. It can be no stronger
than each link.
Leader: Each Scout is an individual and by keeping herself forever fit, she is
better ready to serve others and to enjoy everyday living. (light candle)
Adult: It is my privilege to keep myself physically fit, to live with kind
thoughts and unselfish deeds and to keep myself morally strong.
Leader: And so the light grows brighter as it now fills this room and these
hearts with the flame of accomplishment. (Pin new leaders, having them each
repeat the Promise, if desired).